The Port of Galveston-based Allure of the Seas has been tempting travelers to the oceans since 2010. With 19 restaurants, 13 bars and countless attractions and entertainment venues -- including rock-climbing walls, an ice rink and amphitheater -- the 5,484-passenger Royal Caribbean ship has something for ever type of traveler.
Allure of the Seas' Central Park appeals to cruisers looking for an upmarket meal or pre-dinner drinks in luscious surroundings. Allure of the Seas' casino is substantial, drawing gamblers with a dazzling array of slot machines, table games, a bar and lounge area and a poker room, while the children's facilities are some of the best at sea.
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Allure of the Seas' Boardwalk features the Oasis-class hallmark of a revolving carousel. Pictured by elahM with the line's Boardwalk-facing Baclony cabins in the background.
Cruise Critic member mattb31 also captures the Coney Island-inspired Allure of the Seas Boardwalk, featuring a games arcade and ice-cream parlor.
Xldon has shared an image of Allure of the Seas' fantastic kids' splash area -- demonstrating why parents struggle to tear their little ones away!
The ice rink -- within Allure of the Seas' Entertainment Zone, one of the ship's seven 'neighborhoods' -- is open for skating sessions during the day and energetic ice show in the evening. Allure of the Seas' Cruise Compass -- the ship's daily program -- provides information on show times.
The show-stopping Allure of the Seas' Aquatheater Suite offers spectacular views of entertainment at the aft amphitheater from the wraparound balconies. The two-bedroom AquaTheater Suites are breathtaking, with a marble entranceway, two separate rooms and two bathrooms, including one with a tub. The balconies are almost as large as the inside space, featuring 180-degree views of the Boardwalk, the AquaTheater, rock-climbing wall and ocean.
astans5759 has shared a photo from a Deck 8 Allure of the Seas' Aquatheater Suite during a showing of Oceanaria.
vamortensen shares a photo that demonstrates the size of the Allure of the Seas' Aquatheater Suite wraparound balcony, flanked by a climbing wall.
Active types are kept busy onboard Allure of the Seas with a range of free and extra-fee activities to try out. Cruise Critic member ** Dallas Gemini** shared a photo of Allure of the Seas' spacious mini-golf course, Allure Dunes.
For passengers keen to snoop behind the pass, a behind-the-scenes ship tour is a offers the chance to see chefs at work in galley. Art007 has shared a photo of Allure of the Seas All Access Tour.
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